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Spain was our first place for our long trip via Euro – SEA and we picked Malaga. We were so lucky and quite enjoy in here. Our Hotel has a perfect location (just few steps walking to the central and bus station). It also has...More
Eurostars Astoria Hotel is well located just 10 minutes walk to the city center. Easy to reach the hotel from the airport as it is near to the metro station. Good information provided by hotel staff when I arrived to the hotel about the directions...More
During our 3 weeks trip in France & Spain, Eurostars Astoria Hotel in Málaga was our home for 2 great nights (Aug 2 – Aug 4, 2010). We had a double room for 59€/night on the 4th floor and have chosen this hotel quickly the...More
So I went here very recently and I thought I might as well share my experience with everyone.
To get to the hotel from the airport, you need to take the train. It only costs 1.40Euros. It's a 5mins walk from the airport...More
US$ 55 - US$ 191 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#9 Family Hotel in Malaga
#19 Romantic Hotel in Malaga
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I should also have added that you can follow a path up to the Alcazaba from an entrance beside the remains of the Roman amphitheater. It's steep walk but can be done. We took the Hop - on Hop - off tour bus up to it... More
I should also have added that you can follow a path up to the Alcazaba from an entrance beside the remains of the Roman amphitheater. It's steep walk but can be done. We took the Hop - on Hop - off tour bus up to it. Either way, it's worth a visit.